Log book

By: 
Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of law enforcement calls responded to by the Park County Sheriff’s Office in the past week.
 
Sept. 21
• 11:39 p.m. — The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office contacted the Park County Sheriff’s Office to ask it to stand by regarding a high-speed chase that started in Butte-Silver Bow County. Spike strips had been deployed and the vehicle was reportedly traveling 75 mph on its rims, and was apprehended in Gallatin County. 
 
Sept. 22
• 3:35  p.m. — A caller south of Livingston reported a credit card scammer who asked him for his credit card information, and wanted the information on file with law enforcement.  
• 3:54 p.m. — A caller in Pray reported his ex-girlfriend kept coming to the house and taking things, and he wanted information on getting a restraining order. 
 
Sept. 23
• 9:07 a.m. — A caller reported an injured sandhill crane, alive but unable to leave, in an alley in Gardiner. The PCSO contacted Montana Highway Patrol dispatch, which then alerts a game warden. 
• 12:54 p.m. — A caller on East River Road reported domestic violence. A deputy arrived and a man was arrested on charges of partner/family member assault. 
 
Sept. 24
• 12:07 p.m. — A man west of Livingston requested an officer to perform a civil standby while he collected his belongings from a property. A deputy told the man law enforcement could only be present to keep the peace and could not force the property owner to turn over anything. The caller then decided he did not need a deputy. 
 
Sept. 25
• 12:30 a.m. — A caller reported a vehicle parked in the intersection of East River Road and Deep Creek South Fork Road.  The driver’s California license had been suspended or revoked and had no proof of insurance. A relative came and picked up the driver, who was released to them on his own recognizance. 
 
Sept. 26
• 1:13 a.m. — A deputy mde a traffic stop at South 11th and West Lewis Streets and found the driver possibly under the influence of alcohol. The deputy transported the driver to Livingston HealthCare for a blood draw and was then arrested on a charge of DUI.  
 
Sept. 27
• 2:03 a.m. — A deputy made a  traffic stop on U.S. Highway 89 North near Clyde Park. The driver was arrested on charges of speeding, driving on a suspended or revoked license, and expired registration. 
 
Sept. 28
• 12:33 a.m. — A caller on Maiden Basin Road north of Gardiner requested extra patrol due to a noise complaint of drumming nearby. 
• 1:21 p.m. — A caller near Emigrant reported a  credit card fraud, stating that someone keeps opening credit card accounts in his name. The latest — in a string of frauds that span seven years — incident involved fraudulent charges of $500. The caller contacted the FBI, who told him to also make a  report with local law enforcement. 
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